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Greenhouse Advice


As a follow-up to Scott's comments on humidity, everything down here 
starts growing when the RH starts hitting the 65%+ mark at 77 or 78degF in 
the evenings. I wish I could maintain this condition year 'round. At 
present the RH is at 45 outside. But in another three to four weeks summer 
will be with us.

On your next trip down this way you should stop to visit Ron Gagliardo at 
Atlanta Botanical. They have succeeded in creating an extremely well 
regulated tropical environment in the Conservatory there. Its worth a 
look and you might learn a few simple "tricks".

Don Burns   Plantation, FL USA   Zone 10b

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